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Congress of Mexico keeps debating revocation of mandate

Congress of Mexico keeps debating revocation of mandate

Mexico, Aug 19 (Prensa Latina) The debate on the bill to revoke mandates to judge a sitting president was resumed in the Mexican Congress after the opposition previously blocked its approval.
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The bill is being discussed at the level of the Permanent Commission, made up of members of the two chambers, and must be approved first to make its way to the plenary session, but the opposition managed to stop it yesterday.

However, the majority of the ruling Morena party managed to get the commission to reconvene on Thursday to vote once again on the possibility of calling an extraordinary period for Friday, in order to pass it.

The president of the Permanent Board of Directors, Eduardo Ramirez, issued the call to the session this Thursday, once the first Commission met and approved the sentence, with 10 votes in favor and four against.

The Permanent Commission is asked with callling a third special session in both houses of Congress, which will begin tomorrow and will end once the three items on the agenda have been exhausted: Mandate Revocation Law, Political Trial Law and Declaration of Provenance and the new organic law of the Mexican Navy.

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